Reader Art Gallery!

A little while back, I asked for folks to try out to be one of a group of artists who would do weekly sketches for the blog. The artists who were chosen (by a super secret panel of people) make up the weekly feature on this here blog, The Line It Is Drawn (check it out here). Since there were SO many good artists who tried out for the gig, though, I asked those who didn't get chosen to send in an art piece, as well, and I would feature them in a reader art gallery (as well as any other blog reader who felt like sending in a piece of art). The theme would be the same as the first week of The Line It Is Drawn - "draw your dream inter-company crossover."

Here are the art pieces from the people who replied!


I will be posting the pieces in the order that I received them!

First up, Elliott Sawyer went back to his "second grade drawing (and third grade spelling) roots" for this piece teaming up the World's Finest duo with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles!

Elliot's website is The Mechanistic Moth.

James Figueiredo presents this team-up of the most notable gay superheroes from Marvel and DC.

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James' blog is the Pirâmide Sketchblog.

Neil Kapit chose to pit Solid Snake from the video game series Metal Gear against Wolverine.

Neil's site is Ruby's World.

Taylor Southerland teamed up Mr. Fantastic and Plastic Man with the One Piece character, Monkey D. Luffy.

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Taylor's DeviantArt page is here.

Douglas Nelson had DC's The Question meet Marvel's The Answer...

Douglas' ComicSpace page is here.

Carol-Anne McFarlane chose to pit Wonder Woman against Rogue.

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Carol-Anne's website is here.

Ian Miller chose to have Dr. Mid-Nite and Daredevil have an amusing battle in the darkness.

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Ian's DeviantArt page is here.

Mike Tomaras decided to have Elektra face off against the Star Wars Clone Wars character, Asajj Ventress.

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Mike's DeviantArt page is here.

Carlos Folgar felt that bald is beautiful in this meeting of Captain Jean-Luc Picard and Hellboy.

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His bog is CHAZ – F – STAN.

Solid Snake makes a second appearance as AJ Ryan has the Metal Gear character face off against the Red Skull (while dressed in a Captain America-themed outfit).

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AJ's DeviantArt page is here.

And speaking of Captain America, Daniel Folgar teams Cap up with that lovable blue lunk, the Tick!

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Daniel's blog is Sometime This Century.

Rufus Edge delivers a hilarious team-up between Marvel Comics and Bluewater Comics (the company that does a lot of biographical comics - and the same company that The Line It Is Drawn's Erich Owen has done quite a bit of work for), specifically Spider-Man and Sonia Sotomayor...

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Rufus' website is Comicdeoxyribonucleicacid (if it means anything to you, Rufus, I believe you were the first runner-up in the voting of the super secret panel. Either first or second runner-up).

Chris Kocs set Squirrel Girl loose in the DC Universe and she is faced with mind-controlled squirrels!!

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Chris' DeviantArt page is here.

Sheli Hay just went nuts (or is knutz?).

First, a suggestion based on the dream inter-company crossover (Nightwing/Human Torch)...

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but then, a SECOND drawing based on the Marvel/Disney mash-up from the second week of The Line It Is Drawn...Madrox the Multiple Man meets 101 Dalmatians!

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Sheli's website is This Is Knutz.

Thanks to all the great artists for sending in their work! Go check out the websites of the people you liked, folks!

This was a lot of fun! Maybe I should do reader art galleries more often!

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